7th Regional Short Course — South Beach, Miami, Florida

Monday, January 9 – Wednesday, January 11

Designed as a “boot camp” for members, the Short Course brought together and intensively trained AEN faculty members. Participants learned from content area experts, networked with colleagues, and developed strategies for tackling new campus realities and challenges.

Designated as AEN Fellows, participants left the AEN Short Course better informed about campus issues related to our mission, better connected to their peers, and better prepared to serve as change agents on their campuses.

Recorded Sessions

While each Short Course is capped at 15 participants, AEN was pleased to open up the following select sessions to the AEN membership via Zoom.

Does Academic Freedom Protect Antisemitism?

Cary Nelson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

The Constitution of Israel: A Story of Compromises

Michal Tamir, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

The Abraham Accords at the Two-Year Mark: Challenges & Opportunities

Robert Greenway, Abraham Accords Peace Institute

Jewish Identity & Title VI: Using the Law to Confront Antisemitism on Campus

Denise Katz-Prober and Alyza Lewin (Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law)

The Supreme Court University Race-Conscious Admissions Cases: Relevance for AEN’s Work

Rachel Moran, University of California, Irvine

Short Course Program

The program, which can be viewed here or below, includes the agenda, speaker biographies, and Short Course participant biographies.



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